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A bunny with too much energy. A kangaroo with separation anxiety. Minneapolis fourth-graders shake back-to-school jitters with help from animal friends

In Minneapolis, Spanish immersion students are still adjusting to school changes after last year’s Comprehensive District Design went into effect. On the first day of school, a book about animals facing their back-to-school fears helped put their own anxieties into perspective.